I started learning Affinity Photo just a couple months ago, and I quickly discovered how powerful it is. The program has a lot of useful features and I want to share a few of my favorites, along with how they help me.
This video demonstrates how to enhance a photo using an interesting lighting effect in Affinity Photo.
The technique uses a combination of pixel layers, brush strokes, blend modes, and adjustment layers.
We hope you find it helpful!
I’m very excited to announce a new addition to the Izzy Video team!
Who is this new team member?
You might recognize him because he’s been in several of my videos over the years. He’s my son, Blake.
Blake is currently a film student at Arizona State University. He’ll be working with Izzy Video on a part-time basis in the meantime.
I’ve asked him to study Affinity Photo and release videos about what he’s learning. That’s the plan for now. Here’s his first video (and you can expect more in the future):
Affinity Photo is an excellent alternative to Photoshop. If you’re like me and you want to avoid the high costs of an on-going monthly Adobe subscription, then you might want to take a close look at Affinity Photo.
It’s powerful, inexpensive, and available on both the Mac and PC.
Anyway, I hope the video is helpful, and I want to officially welcome Blake to the Izzy Video team (though he’s informally been a part of it for most of his life.) :)